PriSim Business War Games Inc. Becomes an Accredited Administrator of Hay Group's Emotional Intelligence Tools

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PriSim Business War Games Inc., a premier business simulation and training firm, announced its recent accreditation in the Hay Group/Daniel Goleman Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI) and Emotional Competency Inventory (ECI) Emotional Intelligence tools. With this accreditation, PriSim has expanded its service offerings beyond its core business simulation and training services to include Emotional Intelligence 360-degree feedback tools, lectures and exercises, and group/one-on-one coaching.

PriSim Business War Games Inc., a premier business simulation and training firm, announced its recent accreditation in the Hay Group/Daniel Goleman Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI) and Emotional Competency Inventory (ECI) Emotional Intelligence tools. With this accreditation, PriSim has expanded its service offerings beyond its core business simulation and training services to include Emotional Intelligence 360-degree feedback tools, lectures and exercises, and group/one-on-one coaching.

PriSim has recently become an accredited administrator and licensee of the Hay Group/Daniel Goleman Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI) and Emotional Competency Inventory (ECI) Emotional Intelligence tools. PriSim is now prepared to work with clients to evaluate and develop current and emerging leaders' Emotional Intelligence (EI) competencies. Using 360-degree feedback tools, lectures and exercises, and group/one-on-one coaching, PriSim can help develop Emotional Intelligence competencies that impact business performance.

"In teaching and consulting in strategy, finance, and business planning over the years it's become clear to us that success in business is really based on a lot more than just quantitative and analytical skills," said David Semb, a Partner at PriSim. "Interpersonal skills and teamwork are just as important and sometimes even more important than the traditional 'harder' skills. We wanted to become accredited in the Hay Group EI methodology because it gives clear insights into how people can be successful in the 'softer' skills. We also want to offer our clients a complete business laboratory that fully prepares their decision-makers for success in business. Hay Group's EI framework is the perfect match for us because it's the most comprehensive and effective - and because it's the best-known in the marketplace given that Hay Group developed the tools with Dr. Daniel Goleman."

PriSim Business War Games' business simulations and courses provide managers across all industries with a practice-ground where new ideas can be tested and where strategies can be practiced in a "what-if" environment. With the addition of Emotional Intelligence services and tools, PriSim has further expanded its course-delivery reach as it continues to provide unique, computer-simulation based business training courses for leading organizations worldwide. PriSim is the premier partner for companies that have a goal of developing their leaders' and future leaders' business acumen. At PriSim, we make learning real™.

ABOUT PRISIM BUSINESS WAR GAMES INC:
PriSim Business War Games Inc. works closely with leading organizations to build and deliver customized business simulations. PriSim assists clients in utilizing these custom tools to develop their employees' business acumen. PriSim develops tools and materials that help clients communicate more effectively, proactively explore strategic alternatives, involve multiple levels of management in business development, and share a common model and language of business and finance. Industry-specific simulations include insurance carrier, insurance agency and brokerage, mortgage banking, aerospace and defense, dealership, publishing, e-commerce, and manufacturing. PriSim helps clients make better business decisions while helping them to "See things differently, think differently™". At PriSim, we make learning real™.

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